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Flight Category Ceiling in Feet AGL Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Less than 1,000 and/or Visual Flight Rules (VFR) 1,000 or greater and/or Flight Category Visibility in Statute Miles Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Less than 3 Visual Flight Rules (VFR) 3 or greater
The NTSB's recommendations included conducting scenario-based training and the use of simulators and flight training devices; implementing a safety management system program; installing flight data recording devices and establishing a structured flight data monitoring program; installing and requiring that pilots use night vision imaging systems for visual flight rules operations at night; and equipping helicopters with autopilots.
Designed to fly generally below 1,200 m (4,000 ft), PALV flies in the airspace reserved for uncontrolled Visual Flight Rules (VFR) traffic, meaning it can take off in many countries without filing a flight plan.
He had completed two successful VTOs into the visual flight rules pattern.
The weather on-station was not ideal but still workable for our visual flight rules (VFR), due-regard operations.
Surrounded by a tall wall of mountains and located at an altitude of over 7,000 feet, Drukair operates out of one of the world's most challenging airports at Paro, where approach is by Visual Flight Rules (VFR) only.
You might say that it is the business equivalent of moving from visual flight rules to instrument flight rules, which allows pilots to fly also through fog or through the night.
The aircraft was on a visual flight rules flight from the Calgary/Springbank Airport to the area of Sundre, Alberta with three people on board, all of whom were fatally injured.
Andrews was flying under visual flight rules, and was not required to file a flight plan.
aircraft to fly closer to onshore areas than Tokyo had earlier expected under visual flight rules using two runways in a V-shaped formation to be built at the replacement base in Nago, Okinawa Prefecture.
Airspace in Germany remained officially closed on Tuesday, but airlines were permitted to operate a limited number of flights under so-called visual flight rules.
Airlines were allowed to fly jets by visual flight rules, where the pilot,